The Art of Good Food
Qualico Family Centre
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Wednesday, June 15
6:30 – 9:00
Qualico Family Centre
330 Assiniboine Park Drive
Hosted by: BMO Bank of Montreal
Tasteful creativity at its best! Join us for a night of creative artistry as a collective of Winnipeg’s most talented chefs and artists come together for the second annual Art of Good Food fundraiser! Enjoy delicious food tastings and a live art auction in support of NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre.
Our 2016 chef list include:
- Ben Kramer - ChefBenKramer.com
- Mandel Hitzer - deer + almond
- Eraj Jayawickreme - The Fairmont Winnipeg
- Kyle Lew - Chew
- Talia Syrie - The Tallest Poppy
- Norm Pastorin - The Cornerstone Bar and Restaurant
- Aron Epp - Peg Beer Co.
- Heiko Duehrsen - Assiniboine Park Conservancy
- Grant Mitchell - NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre
The event will also feature live art by amazing local artists:
- Nereo Jr. Eugenio - Nereo II
- Jessica Hodgson - Jessica Hodgson Ceramics
- Marc Liss - Origin Handcrafted Goods
- Lennard Taylor - LennardTaylor.com
Regular tickets - $90
Includes complimentary drink
VIP tickets - $150
Enjoy an exclusive experience with script artist Kal Barteski as she creates her famous custom #KBscript art for each VIP ticket holder to take home.
And for something a little sweet, Lindsay and Chris Kirouac from Beeproject Apiaries will be on-site with their enclosed observation hive to talk about the latest buzz making headlines in Winnipeg--urban honey beekeeping! Guests will also have the opportunity to sample the honey inspiring chefs across the city.
Includes appetizer and complimentary drink.
All ticket holders will receive tax receipts shortly after the event.
NorWest Co-op Community Food Centre is a welcoming place where people come together to share a good meal, join a cooking group, grow a garden, learn about healthy eating and get active on issues in the community.
We are located in the community of Inkster, a north end neighbourhood where you will find some of Winnipeg’s highest rates of poverty, food insecurity, and unemployment. With your support, we can bring the community together and create change in individual lives, all through the power of good food.
Your support gives area residents of all ages and backgrounds free access to community cooking classes, drop-in programs, food skills training, a community garden, free lunch and breakfast programs, an outdoor bake oven and a low-cost good food market.